You know WNY. Don’t pretend like you don’t. WNY has been a friend to Kikapu for nearly a decade, and has released some of our most highly-revered albums to date. You may remember him from past releases under different aliases such as Spark and Winnie the Shit. Ring a bell? That’s right…I knew you would remember. For his latest EP release, WNY continues down his path of hardware and synth-driven electronics, skittering along the edge of true acid jams at times. Not that we’d complain...
Racial Justice and Community Policing, with Vicki Ross, Dr. Heron Simmonds-Price, Pastor James Giles and Russell Brown. WBNY - 93.1 FM radio. Jack Kanack, producer. December 28, 2015. Topic: racial justice
by"Talking Peace: Insights on Peace and Justice with the WNY Peace Center
National Fuel Gas (NFG) proposes to build a gigantic 22,000 H.P. compressor station in Pendelton NY. The compressor will be near residential neighborhoods and a school. A local activist group, The Pendelton Action Team, weighs in on this proposal. More info: www.PendeltonActionTeam.com or facebook: PendeltonActionTeam Topics: fossil fuels, methane, natural gas
byTalking Peace: Insights on Peace and Justice with the WNY Peace Center
Cynthia Banas: Bringing Peace and Justice to the World In January 2015 and again the following April, I had the honor to interview Upstate NY resident and lifetime peace activist Cynthia Banas at the Slocum House in Syracuse NY. Now 85 years of age, Cynthia speaks about her life's work in Iraq, Haiti, Guatemala and most recently at the drone base at Hancock Field in the Town of DeWitt NY. In March 2003, as an act of solidarity with the Iraqi people and protest against the upcoming war, she and... Topics: Iraq war, Social Justice, Catholic Worker, social justice, Catholic Worker